RELIGIONS AND VIOLENCE

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Spiritual Discernment in ‘Christus Vivit’: Between Ulysses and Orpheus

By: Diego Fares SJ

Christus Vivit, Christ is alive.[1] This is the title of the post-synodal exhortation that Pope Francis directed affectionately “to young people and the entire People of God,” pastors and faithful. In it re-echo “the myriad voices of believers the world over” who had sent him their opinions, and the questions that many non-believing young people had shared with him (cf. CV 3-4). The final chapter, the ninth, has as its title “Discernment.” Its 21 points have a diversified character, depicting...

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Domenico Zipoli Revisited

By: Giovanni Arledler, SJ

Until 50 years ago, the name of Domenico Zipoli (Prato, 1688 – Córdoba, 1726) was associated with an Elevation and a Pastorale often found in organ anthologies, some Suites for harpsichord and a handful of biographical notes that were often largely incorrect.[1] Now, however, this musician from the Italian city of Prato is considered the most renowned among Jesuit musicians and the main artist among the composers of the Reducciones in Paraguay. We have an abundance of information on his...

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